Men's Trail Running Shoes

Feature & Men Trail Running Shoes

    • Imported
    • Synthetic sole
    • STABLE AND SUPPORTIVE – A snug fit around the midfoot provides stability and extra padding around the achilles area helps to stabilize and secure the heel during lifts.
    • SUPER COMFORTABLE DESIGN – The outsole technology in the sole of the shoe ensures the foot has the flexibility and freedom to move naturally for the most powerful movements and the padding around the heel makes for one of our most comfortable shoes yet.
    • DURABLE AND PROTECTIVE – The technology on the upper delivers traction and durability on rope climbs, an enhanced toe bumper and specifically designed heel slider provides protection whilst decreasing wall drag on hand stand push ups.
    • GRAPHENE GRIP – Graphene enhanced rubber outsoles deliver maximum traction during heavy and powerful lifts.
    • ALL ROUND LIFTING AND TRAINING SHOE – A super versatile shoe that is great for Olympic lifting and general cross training workouts.



Men’s Trail Running Shoes



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